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Little fish blue
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Hi I'm 18 I just recently started trying to number what days I get my period and figured it's every 26 days. Before this I just got a "feeling" when it was coming.(haven't had that all week) About five days ago though my boyfriend and I were fooling around. He was wearing his boxers but slipped out without my notice. He rubbed against the outside of me. I wiped myself off as fast as I could, but my period is a day late. To say the least it's having me a little freaked. I haven't gotten a pregnacy test, but if there is a risk what are my opptions?
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Gumdrop Girl
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Well, since it has been more than 5 days, you will need to wait another week to take a pregnancy test. That is your option for the moment. Yes, the direct genital contact constituted a pregnancy risk. In the future, your man can wear a condom even for dry sex.

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